Home Free are best known for their vocal covers of country hits from other stars, but they put their vocal talents to use on a new original song called "Good Ol' Boy Good Time" that's accompanied by a fun new video.

The group traveled to Tifton, Ga., to shoot the new clip, which focuses on fun in the sun. The good times include grilling, fishing and good times with friends and family. Most of the cast of the video are real-life friends and family members of Home Free high tenor singer Austin Brown.

"This was definitely one of the most fun videos we’ve ever done. I was so excited to have the shoot in my hometown surrounded by the people I’ve known all my life," Brown says in a press release. "It was like a giant reunion, and I loved getting to have my family host our Home Free road family. I hope everyone has as much fun watching it as we did making it!"

"Good Ol’ Boy Good Time" is one of four original new songs on Home Free's most recent album, Timeless. That project debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. Jim McCormick, who wrote Jason Aldean’s "Take a Little Ride," and Mark Nesler, whose credits include Tim McGraw’s "Just to See You Smile," co-wrote "Good Ol' Boy Good Time."

Home Free rose to prominence in 2013 by winning the fourth season of The Sing-Off . The celebrated vocal group recently launched the second leg of their Timeless Tour, which runs into early summer. They are slated to perform on the Chevrolet Riverfront Stage during CMA Fest on Sunday, June 10, and on June 21, Home Free will co-headline a special one-night-only show with the Oak Ridge Boys at the Pinewood Bowl Theater in Lincoln, Neb.

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